How to shoot film without getting a divorce by Paul Schofield Paul shares with us a fun little piece about photography and our changing lives, and spefically how to deal with a crippling film photography habit when you have a family to take care of.
In your bag No: 593, Jonathan Walley Todays bag comes to us from Gabon! Yes, west Africa. And it is a whopper of a bag too. Seriously, look at the size of that damned lens. It is massive. Check it out.
In your bag No: 592, Denis Lincoln Wait, another bag from the U.S. of A? Yes indeed. Denis prowls the streets of SF with this multi-camera bag with a purpose, and that purpose is street photography. Though he should be careful, or he won’t have those cameras for long…come and find out why.
In your bag No: 591, Zach McCaffree Zach has a cool bag for us. It has a whole bunch of very very cool cameras. Seriously, check out that black G2, that is totally badass. Come and see how Zach uses this great setup.
In your bag No: 590, Ashley Prigmore Ashley has been on the site before. And now he is back, with a much more focussed and simple bag. Come and check out how Ashley’s bag has changed since the last one.
In your bag No: 585, Dominik Mrzyk Dominik send us his bag from Poland today. And a cool little bag it is too. I think the Americans call it a fanny pack (fnarr), but apparently it is a kidney bag in Poland. Anyway, come and check out this sweet little bag.
In your bag No: 584, Thomas O’Connell Wow, Thomas has a pretty fantastic setup for a 20 year old. I wish I could have had a Mamiya. This is a stylish and well thought out setup. Come and have a look and learn a bit more about Thomas’ bag.